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Rieter Holding AG (RIEN.S)

RIEN.S on Swiss Exchange

142.70CHF
16 Aug 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Rieter Holding H1 Net Profit At CHF 10.9 Mln
Thursday, 19 Jul 2018 

July 19 (Reuters) - RIETER HOLDING AG ::H1 SALES INCREASES BY 24% COMPARED TO PREVIOUS YEAR PERIOD.ORDER INTAKE IN FIRST HALF OF 2018 GROWS BY 3% COMPARED TO FIRST HALF OF 2017.H1 EBIT OF CHF 14.1 MILLION AND NET PROFIT OF CHF 10.9 MILLION.H1 SALES INCREASED TO CHF 515.3 MILLION VERSUS FIRST HALF YEAR 2017: CHF 415.2 MILLION.ANTICIPATES A STRONGER SECOND SEMESTER IN BOTH SALES AND OPERATING PROFIT (EBIT).FOR 2018 AS A WHOLE, RIETER EXPECTS SALES TO BE ABOVE LEVEL OF 2017.OUTLOOK 2018: EBIT (BEFORE RESTRUCTURING CHARGES) IS EXPECTED TO BE BELOW PREVIOUS YEAR'S LEVEL.  Full Article

Rieter Holding Q3 order intake was CHF 269.7 mln‍​
Friday, 27 Oct 2017 

Oct 27 (Reuters) - RIETER HOLDING AG ::9-MONTH ORDER INTAKE AMOUNTED TO CHF 765.0 MILLION, UP BY 6%‍​.ORDER INTAKE IN THE THIRD QUARTER WAS CHF 269.7 MILLION‍​.FOR THE WHOLE OF 2017, RIETER ANTICIPATES SALES IN THE REGION OF CHF 980 MILLION‍​.OUTLOOK 2017: OPERATING PROFITABILITY (EBIT MARGIN) OF 4.5% TO 5.5% BEFORE RESTRUCTURING CHARGES‍​.SEES NET PROFIT OF AROUND 1% TO 2% OF SALES FOR THE 2017 FINANCIAL YEAR.  Full Article

Rieter Holding H1 net profit at CHF 10.9 mln
Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 

July 20 (Reuters) - RIETER HOLDING AG :H1 SALES CHF 415.2 MILLION VERSUS CHF 436.9 MILLION YEAR AGO, EBIT OF CHF 16.0 MILLION AND NET PROFIT OF CHF 10.9 MILLION AT PREVIOUS YEAR'S LEVEL.OVERALL IN 2017, RIETER EXPECTS SLIGHTLY HIGHER SALES THAN IN PREVIOUS YEAR AND AN EBIT SLIGHTLY BELOW PREVIOUS YEAR (BEFORE RESTRUCTURING COSTS).  Full Article

Swiss Rieter seeks to reassure on Turkey impact

ZURICH, Aug 10 Swiss textile machinery company Rieter Holding moved to reassure investors on Friday over its exposure to Turkey, one of its most important markets that is going through a currency crisis.